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Campus Activities

Trent Jacobson was a coach for the LAX-4-Life traditional lacrosse camp up in Fond Du Lac.

UMN students interweave traditional and modern lacrosse

by Araia Breedlove
Published April 17, 2024
Traditional and modern lacrosse may seem similar, but the traditional game has cultural significance to Indigenous people.
The curriculum in the College of Design has shifted into two tracks of fashion design or technical design for students to expand their learning.

Apparel design students ditch the fashion show

by Amelia Roessler
Published April 17, 2024
With a small graduating class and a changing industry, apparel design students are opting for research and technical design.
Students walking through the Ferguson Hall Gopher Way tunnels on Wednesday. The club plans to finish this project by summer.

UMN App Developer’s Club to create Gopher Tunnels app

by Sophie Eydis
Published April 17, 2024
The app would help navigate the Gopher Way’s tunnels.
Cal Mergendahl spoke out against new UMN leadership, proposed cuts and other topics Friday, May 12, 2023.

Graduate Labor Union members reflect on whether they feel appreciated

by Amelia Roessler
Published April 14, 2024
A year after voting to unionize, the union is still bargaining with the University for contracts.
UMPD is now taking calls from the University and surrounding area as MPD focuses on the greater Minneapolis area.

UMPD to handle emergency calls in Dinkytown, Marcy-Holmes

by Maya Bell
Published April 11, 2024
The University police department's new, year-long pilot program was implemented in late March as MPD struggles to recruit new officers.
The class dives into serious discussion of the impact of nuclear weapons.

UMN political science class explores nuclear weapons

by Sophie Eydis
Published April 10, 2024
The class, which has become more relevant since “Oppenheimer,” examines the role nuclear weapons play in today’s world.
Students watching the solar eclipse on Monday. Students viewed the April 8 solar eclipse in different ways, from viewing it at a University observatory to traveling into its path of totality for the maximum eclipse experience.

UMN students observe rare solar eclipse in Minnesota

by Amirah Razman
Published April 8, 2024

People across the country observed a rare solar eclipse on Monday with a path of totality, which provides the maximum viewing experience, spanning over 15 states.  Most of Minnesota observed a partial...

Luminaries line the stairway at the Bell Museum for the fundraiser for Camp Kesem on Saturday. Kesem’s Make the Magic gala at the Bell Museum supports children whose parents have cancer by allowing them to attend Camp Kesem.

Kesem’s Make the Magic gala raises over $23,000

by Avery Vrieze
Published April 7, 2024
The gala, held at the Bell Museum in St. Paul, benefited children whose parents have cancer.
Goldy’s Prom was held at Goldy’s Gameroom and featured a dance floor, DJ and food.

Goldy’s first prom crowned

by Amelia Roessler
Published April 7, 2024
Friday unveiled Goldy’s Prom, hosted by Goldy’s Gameroom.
Mollie Ahsan, a UMN law graduate student in her final semester, poses for a photo. From working to self-care, UMN graduate students make sure to prioritize every aspect of their lives while balancing heavy coursework.

Inside a day in the life of a UMN graduate student

by Amirah Razman
Published April 7, 2024
UMN graduate students pursue many different fields of study. What does a school day look like for them?

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